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Matthew BentleyThe City (2004)

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A journey from past to present, country to city, and present to the future - an amalgamation of retro-footage and 3D art presented as a single part of a 32-chapter audio-visual experience called 'O'.


This movie is part of the collection: Community Video

Director: Matthew Bentley
Producer: Matthew Bentley
Production Company: Soul Studios
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Town; Music; City
Contact Information: Requires most recent version of Divx or Xvid codecs to display correctly.<br> Go here for full details:<br> www.omovie.cjb.net


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Reviewer: cashel - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - August 4, 2004
Subject: modern life
This is a music video exploring the unpleasant aspects of everyday living today.It shows travel (autos and planes , people in cities and city architecture). I do not share their impressions. I ride a bicycle or walk and find that I can avoid much of the nastiness of the City. I live in a large city (1 million plus)and can go anywhere (even travelling with the bike on a train. )But most people are slaves to the auto. Now considering the film. The music splendidly matches the images. The visuals are WONDERFUL. The EDITING is magnificient. Summing up I consider it to be a most IMPRESSIVE MOVIE and recommend it

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"o" film (c) Copyright 2004 Matthew Bentley
Music (c) Copyright 2004 Matthew Bentley
"Scattered Frequencies" footage (c) Copyright Micz Flor and Philip Scheffner 2004
Archival footage supplied by the Internet Moving Images Archive (at archive.org)
"Nervous" footage (c) Copyright Stuart Pound 2004
"Toymaker" and "Sprinta" 3D Art (c) Copyright 2004 Fuzzy Realms (www.fuzzyrealms.com)
All other 3D Art (c) Copyright 2004 the following demo groups: 7gods, Aardbei, And, Asd, Black Maiden, Bypass, Cocoon, Conspiracy, Extensive Studios, Fairlight, Farbrausch, Haujobb, Igoronimo, Kewlers, Kolor, Mfx, Moppi, Omnicolour, Orion, Peon, Smash Designs, Stravaganza, Sunflower, Threepixels, T-rex.